Down under has the horrible condition of having an essentially pointless, and prefabricated idea of 'Aussie-ness' that basically has no relation to our actual culture or perhaps the way in which we sea yourself. We, even so subscribe to these stereotypes when trying to find several expression of the Australian identification. The feature film The Castle relates to issues about Australian id in the 1990's. The film uses tactics like camera shots, terminology and the usage of narration to develop conflict between a decent, traditional suburban family, the Kerrigan's and an unscrupulous organization called Flight.
There are far to many stereotypes in The Fort to mention though her are some examples, the accents, the barbecues, the break home for Bonniedoon, the boat, the clothing and the fact that one of them is at jail. Perhaps part of the success of the feature film lies in our capacity to laugh in these character types, with no doubt of our personal superiority. Whether it is working category Australia or maybe the overseas, especially America, the knowledge of superiority is desirable, and a film that promotes this will achieve success.
The insistence on justice runs through the whole film, as Darryl fights to hold his property, the family house, which is being unjustly compulsorily acquired to make way for extendable on an air-port. Self-reliance is shown by simply Darryl's constant struggle, yet this is well balanced by the staff work evident in the co-operation in the Kerrigan along with other neighbors who can also be threatened. The 'Australian larrikin spirit', which usually some may see as confident, is pictured by Darryl and Charlie pulling the gates off the estate to just one of the Barlow members, who also are responsible intended for the buy.
It is this kind of promotion of Aussie beliefs that makes the film function so good. Were presented with the between unattractive location and clothing and really good inner values. When Darryl offers to pay court costs for Jack, a neighbour on an retirement years pension, we come across him...